It should be another smooth ride into work and school this morning.Free-flowing traffic is reported on Interstates 81 and 476 this morning, while scattered areas of minor traffic are reported on Routes 315 and 115.
HAZLETON — The City Council accepted a $1.3 million Aviation Grant Tuesday night to fund a Runway Safety Area at the City Airport.
WILKES-BARRE — At Donald Bachman's funeral service Tuesday evening at H. Merritt Hughes Funeral Home, cousin Michael Bachman said “Donnie,” as he had been known to his close friends and family, was a prankster who loved to...
HAZLETON — U.S. Rep Lou Barletta on Tuesday presented a Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition to West Hazleton Elementary-Middle School student Brandi Naprava for winning the Scripps Regional Spelling Bee in March.
MIDDLETOWN – The Pennsylvania Lottery has launched the Cash For A Year Second-Chance Drawing, the lottery's first second-chance opportunity featuring the new $2 Cash4Life game.
YATESVILLE — Yatesville residents will have to wait a little longer until the retaining wall for the creek that flows behind the borough building to be fixed.
WILKES-BARRE — Even if Gov. Tom Wolf's ambitious education budget came through intact and boosted state money to Wilkes-Barre Area School District by a projected $2.37 million, that extra money would be wiped out by lost real estate tax...
KINGSTON — West Union Street will be under construction for milling and pavement restoration starting at 5 a.m. Wednesday, municipal police have announced.
WILKES-BARRE — Wilkes University formalized agreements with five area school districts that will allow their students to complete up to one year of college credits by the time they graduate high school.
WILKES-BARRE — A city man will spend up to a decade behind bars for shooting another man last year during a road rage incident.
A Scranton man will spend more than 12 years in prison for for his role in a sex trafficking conspiracy involving a minor, federal prosecutors said Tuesday.
WILKES-BARRE — Mountain Top native Frank Shiner, one of only two artists so far this year to have consecutive Top 5 singles, will appear at the Fine Arts Fiesta festival on Public Square on May 15th.
WILKES-BARRE — Luzerne County prosecutors on Tuesday withdrew a felony aggravated assault charge against a city man in connection with a deadly shooting on Meade Street.
WILKES-BARRE — Add an eighth criminal case against Paul Woychio.
Sandwich chain Panera Bread Co. is now part of an ever more crowded club of companies pledging to remove artificial ingredients from their food.
This year the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission cut the cost of a fishing license by $1.But that doesn't mean the agency isn't in need of more revenue.
WILKES-BARRE — The group had the audience dancing and singing along Saturday night.
EXETER — The Luzerne County District Attorney's Office is investigating the alleged misappropriation of funds within the borough's volunteer fire company.
Further amendment of a lawsuit against Luzerne County 911 would be futile, a federal judge wrote in a memorandum filed Monday.
WILKES-BARRE —Living beyond his income and gambling at casinos led to a downward spiral for Wilkes-Barre City Employee Federal Credit Union member Jeffrey Serafin, his attorney said Tuesday.
The national average jumped by a penny overnight, while the local and state averages climbed by a few cents.AAA Mid-Atlantic provided the following figures for today's average gas prices:
WILKES-BARRE — Think of it as Trans-Siberian Orchestra in a more intimate setting.
HARRISBURG — Following a colder-than-average winter and weeks of dramatic temperature swings, Pennsylvania Department of Transportation acting Secretary Leslie S. Richards Monday advised Pennsylvanians that PennDOT crews are aggressively...
WILKES-BARRE TWP. — The Wilkes-Barre Township Police Department reported the following:
HAZLETON — City police said a man threatened another man with a gun during an argument about money in the area of Carson and 12th streets on Saturday.
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